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Jan 28, 2013 8:00am EST
of an l.a. highway system and put it on top of the cell. the dna is in the nucleus. the courier is what we call rna, and it follows protein highway systems to get to a component of the cell which makes these bad proteins. so right after the human genome project, we began to understand the blueprint -- it's difficult to change the blueprint. what welcome do very effectively is monitor these pathways, this highway system because the drug companies are very adept at putting it together, drugs that stop and block a highway system. so if we in diagnostics can present the google map of the cell to you, peter, as a doctor, you can look at that, and you can see what the courier is, and you can get a drug to stop the courier's progress so they never make it to the ribosome, never creates a bad cancer protein. so that's the future of where we're going to go in diagnostics, and that's where diagnostics and they are therapeutics are marrying. it's the ability to look and see where the courier is in the protein highway and then shutting down the communication so that patient never gets that cancer. the
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